Hollywood’s most famous gay iconsWonderwall at MSN.Com #21_SLIDESAugust 2, 2019
Liza’s performance in 1972’s “Cabaret,” which depicts bisexuality, solidified her status as one of Hollywood’s gay idols.
The British music legend was first embraced by the LGBTQ community in the 1970s when he came out as bisexual and began sporting over-the-top, flamboyant costumes on stage.
“I would never wish for my son to be anything but what he is,” she told The Advocate.
Bette is still celebrated as a gay icon thanks to her stand-out vocals and campy characters.
She wrote the album’s second single, “Together Again,” after losing a close friend to AIDS and the song has since become a gay anthem.
She later said, “I am not a traditional gay icon.
Prince has been celebrated by the gay community since he first entered the music industry in the early ’80s.
Her disco hits like “Love to Love You Baby” and “Last Dance” were played on repeat in gay clubs and the community’s early support helped to launch her career.
She continuously denied the rumors and told The Advocate in 1998, “I’ve lost a lot of friends who have died of AIDS.
George came out as bisexual in 1983 and has said that some of Culture Club’s biggest songs have been inspired by his relationship with other men.
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